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No. Calcium carbonate reacts with hydrochloric acid, forming calcium chloride, carbon dioxide, and water.

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Is calcium carbonate soluble in acids?

It reacts with acid but not soluble in water.


Is calcium carbonate soluble in vinegar?

It isn't so much soluble in vinegar as much as it reacts with the acetic acid. Vinegar is a mixture of 5% acetic acid in water. The calcium carbonate, which is insoluble in water, reacts with the acetic acid to produce water, carbon dioxide, and calcium acetate. The calcium acetate is water soluble.


What dissolve chalk?

Chalk is primarily composed calcium carbonate, CaCO3. Carbonates are typically not very soluble in pure water or basic solutions, but tend to be very soluble in acidic solutions. One household item that would be useful for cleaning up chalk would be white vinegar, which is acetic acid, HCH3CO2. The acetic acid would react with the calcium carbonate to produce calcium acetate, water and carbon dioxide. CaCO3 + 2HCH3CO2 > Ca(CH3CO2)2 + H2O + CO2 The calcium acetate is soluble in water, so it would not be visible.


How do descalers remove limescale?

Limescale is basically calcium carbonate or similar. Descaler is basically acid. The acid reacts with the calcium carbonate forming a more soluble salt which easily washes away.


Which type of acid has calcium carbonate?

No acid contains calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate is its own compound that is a base, not an acid. However, the erosion and deposition of calcium carbonate in nature is heavily influenced by carbonic acid.


How is Calcium carbonate used to neutralise acid emissions from power stations?

The calcium carbonate reacts with the acid as per any carbonate: Calcium Carbonate + Acid -> Calcium Salt + Water + Carbon Dioxide


How calcium carbonate can be removed from the mixture?

Maybe by dissolving it in hydrochloric acid, if the other stuff is not soluble in it, this is unknown to me.


Are marble statues affected by acid rain?

Yes, pretty sure it erodes the marble as it contains calcium carbonate which is converted to calcium sulfate which is soluble in water (by sulfuric acid)


What are the products of sulfuric acid and calcium carbonate?

Sulphuric Acid + calcium Carbonate = Calcium Sulphate + Carbon Dioxide + Water


What is the word equation for calcium carbonate and sulfuric acid?

calcium carbonate + sulphuric acid ----> calcium sulphate + carbon dioxide



What affects how quickly acids react with calcium carbonate?

It's the concentration of the acid.Limestone and marble are forms of calcium carbonate.Acid rain reacts with calcium carbonate. The stronger the acid the more quickly it effects calcium carbonate and dissolves.


What is the word equation of calcium carbonate plus hydrochloric acid?

calcium carbonate + hydrochloric acid -> Carbon dioxide + Water+ Calcium Chloride In general, when a carbonate is added to an acid, the equation will be carbonate + acid -> salt + water + carbon dioxide


How does vinegar get rid of limescale?

Limescale consists mostly of calcium carbonate, which is insoluble in water. Vinegar contains acetic acid, which reacts with the calcium carbonate to produce calcium acetate, which is soluble in water an easily washes away.


Why does calcium carbonate react to acid rain?

sulfuric acid in the rain water reacts with calcium carbonate.


What is the chemical weathering word equation?

Calcium carbonate +water +carbon dioxide=Calcium hydrogen carbonate. The water and carbon dioxide acts as a weak acid and dissolves the calcium carbonate.The latter could be chalk.limestone or marble. The calcium hydrogen carbonate is slightly soluble and some of it disintegrates.


What is the symbol equation for ethanoic acid plus calcium carbonate?

The symbol for ethanoic acid is: CH3COOH The symbol for Calcium Carbonate is: CaCO3 word equation : calcium carbonate + ethonic acid --> calcium ethaon + carbonate symbol: CaCo3 + CH3COOH --> CaCH3CO + H2


What is the solubility of calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid?

You can find a answer fromCalcium carbonate - Wikipedia


Why does calcium carbonate appears to get lighter when it reacts with acid?

Reacting with an acid calcium carbonate is transformed in another salt.


How do you separate calcium carbonate from sand?

Both the components in the mixture are insoluble in water. However, calcium carbonate reacts with hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride (which is soluble in water) whereas the sand remains unchanged. Sand can now be separated by filtration. Calcium carbonate is recovered back by treating the filtrate (calcium chloride) with sodium carbonate. After filtration is again carried out, what you have on the filter paper is calcium carbonate.


Separation of calcium carbonate from sand?

Both the components in the mixture are insoluble in water. However, calcium carbonate reacts with hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride (which is soluble in water) whereas the sand remains unchanged. Sand can now be separated by filtration. Calcium carbonate is recovered back by treating the filtrate (calcium chloride) with sodium carbonate. After filtration is again carried out, what you have on the filter paper is calcium carbonate.


Can calcium carbonate neutralize an acid?

Yes. Calcium carbonate can neutralize acids, producing carbon dioxide and a calcium salt that corresponds to the acid.


What happens if Calcium Carbonate is added to hydrochloric acid?

Calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid will react to produce calcium chloride, carbon dioxide gas, and water. When you observe the reaction, the solid calcium carbonate will disappear and gas bubbles will form. This is because the solid calcium carbonate reacts with the hydrochloric acid to form soluble calcium chloride, carbon dioxide gas, and water. The balanced equation for this reaction is the following: CaCO3(s) + 2HCl(aq) ---> CaCl2(aq) + CO2(g) + H2O(l)



What does calcium carbonate do in rennie tablets?

Calcium carbonate is for neutralising the excess of acid in the stomach.


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